Pets of the week

Mocha & Zorro

  • Breed: Domestic Short Hair
  • Age: Zorro – 2 years 1 month & Mocha – 1 year 1 month
  • Color: White/Brown
  • Sex: Zorro – male & Mocha – female

Where would you be without your best friend? It’s important to have someone who loves you unconditionally, knows all your secrets and makes you feel safe. Mocha & Zorro are closer than close. They do everything together, from daily bathing to cozy naps. These two are inseparable. Adopting in pairs is a smart idea. Cats are social creatures who enjoy companionship. Mocha and Zorro will be there for each other while you are at work each day. Bonded pairs keep each other entertained, and tend to stay out of mischief. It’s 200% more love for the same amount of work. They are on the same feeding schedule, and will only require a daily scoop of their litter box. These two friends are easy going, and very affectionate. They enjoy making new friends, and are even cool with canines. The home they lived in before HSCC was shared with dogs. If you have space in your heart and home visit Mocha & Zorro this week at the Hickory shelter. If Mocha & Zorro can find their furever family by close of business on Saturday their adoptions fees will be waived, thanks to our sponsor State Farm Insurance.

Lone Star

  • Breed: Terrier, American Pit Bull/Mix
  • Age: 4 years 6 months
  • Color: Brown/White
  • Sex: male

Anyone out there looking for a near perfect dog? Lone Star might just be your guy. This big dude may look a little intimidating, but the truth is he’s a big time softy. For over 200 days he has waited for a family, and in the meantime has managed to charm our staff and volunteers. He is beloved for his gentle nature. Lone Star is very loyal and makes friends with ease. There is not a cleaner dog at the shelter. He detests a mess, and keeps his kennel super tidy. Lone Star is extremely house broken. He’s a fan of fuzzy blankets, and soft beds. So if you adopt him, be prepared to have a bed buddy. Lone Star LOVES toys! A Bark Box subscription will be a must in his new home. He has mastered several commands, and is eager to please. He will need to be an only child, as other animals get him too excited. He would do best in a home without children, or with older kids (10+). If you have space in your heart and home visit him this week at the Hickory shelter. If Lone Star can find his furever family by close of business on Saturday his adoption fee will be waived, thanks to our sponsor State Farm Insurance.